C78 1764

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Cal_Year Cal_Date Regnal_Year Parties Subject Matter Roll/Case_No.
1764 C78/, no. []
1764 31 Jan 4 Robert Longden v. Ann Longden; Francis Longden; Frances Longden; Henry Buckston & Elizabeth his wife; Robert Dale the elder; and Robert Dale the younger re. sale 11/12 Oct 1756, by John Longden (complt's late father) to Robert Longden, five closes of land called 'Top of the Hill Grounds' at Clifton in par. Ashborne, Derbs. C78/1979, no. 3 [2]
1764 25 Feb 4 George Grey esq administrator of Alice Grey his late wife; the Reverend Hugh Moises clerk & Isabell his wife, executrix of Ann Clavering spinster, which said Ann Clavering was the executrix of Elizabeth Pell, spinster, which said Alice Gfrey, Ann Clavering, and Elizabeth Pell were three of the legatees and appointees of Elizabeth Rogers, widow v. Edward Montagu; Anthony Isaacson; and William Archdeacon esqs; Thomas Davidson; Edmund Burton & Mary his wife; Sir Thomas Clavering baronet; George Clavering; John Smiles; William Brown; and the Attorney General re. release 1713 by Elizabeth Rogers to her son John Rogers (on his marriage to Ann, daughter of Sir John Delaval), manor and lordship of Rowchester [Rochester], Northumberland C78/1980, no. 1 [3]
1764 20 March 4 Dorothy Turner widow v. Gilbert Cheshire; Isabella Parker; Godfray Hodgkinson; George Hodgkins; Obadiah Hodgkinson; Thomas Lord; Joseph Ward & Catharine his wife devisees of Godfray Meynell re. will 12 April 1752, Godfrey Meynell of Langley-Meynell [Meynell Langley], Derbs; bequest of his real and personal estate. C79/82, no. [4]
1764 15 May 4 Joseph Burny gentleman & Theodosia his wife v. Jemima Burny; Joseph Burny; and Elizabth Burny infants re. estate of Theodosia's father John Bayley in Snettisham St Mary, Snettisham All Saints, Ormsby and elsewhere in Norf. C78/1979, no. 4 [5]
1764 19 May 4 Edward Lloyd; John Williams; and Ellis Williams sons of William Williams v. Thomas Jones; Sarah Roberts; Thomas Morris & Elizabeth his wife; Owen Jones & Mary his wife; and Ann Roberts; and Robert Wynne re. will 30 Nov 1711, of Ellis Lloyd (William Williams had married Mary Lloyd, niece/heir of Ellis Lloyd), and the descent of several messuages, lands, tenemennts etc in Denbigh and Flint. C78/1982, no. 4 [6]
1764 25 May 4 Shute Barrington of the parish of St George, Hanover Square, Middx, master of arts & Lady Diana Barrington his wife the daughter and only younger child of Charles, duke of St Albans her late father v. George, duke of St Albans; Vere, lord lord Vere, baron of Hanworth, Middx; the Right Honorable and Right Reverend lord James Beauclerk, bishop of Hereford; Lady Charlotta Beauclerk, widow; the Honorable Charles Beauclerk, esq; Henry Paramour, esq; and Robert Andrews, esq re. marriages of Charles Beauclerk [later 2nd Duke of St Albans] with Lucy Werden, and Lord William Beauclerk with Charlotte Werden & the will, 19 Sept 1716, of Sir John Werden [2nd Bt] of St James, Westminster, Middx. C78/1984, no. 2 [7]
1764 30 May 4 George Houstoun gentleman administrator of Elizabeth Doidge who was the widow of Henry Doidge esq v. Edward Ives; John Pye; James King; John Wells; William Trelawney; and Ann Houston re. will 28 Aug 1761, of Henry Doidge and bequest of £3,000 to wife and her heirs with various conditions attached. C79/86, no. [8]
1764 6 July 4 Charles Bridgeman & Susannah his wife formerly Susannah Parker widow and devisee of Jacob Parker v. Peter Cosby and John Stace re. will, about 1750, of Jacob Parker and messuage and 3 roods of ground in Collier Row, Essex [now London Borough of Havering]. C79/126, no. [9]
1764 26 July 4 Richard Warburton only son of William Warburton of Worcester esq by Barbara his wife deceased who in her lifetime was the youngest sister of John Robinson Sutton late of Knebworth, Herts, esq nephew and heir at law of John Robinson Lytton an infant by said William Warburton his father v. Vernon Robinson Lytton; Ellis Yonge; William Lloyd; John White; Elizabeth Deighton; Thomas Warren; Edward Wybard; John Wapee; Peter Ellice; Susan Peck; Thomas Penny; Sarah Barrington; Jane Sadles widow; and James Ozwald re. death of John Robinson Lytton on 3 April 1762, and his pretended will dated 26 Jan 1762 & real estate in Herts, Essex, Beds., Denbigh., Flint, Lancaster and elsewhere. C79/116, no. [10]
1764 14 Nov 5 John Wright of Keldon [Kelvedon Hatch], Essex, esq, only son and heir of Constantia his late mother by John Wright esq his late father her first husband then na infant of about 19 years by Anthony Wright of the parish of St Paul, Covent Garden, Middx, banker v. Peter Holford, esq and Catherina Maria Holford spinster an infant; Charles, lord Cadogan; Sir Henry Englefield baronet; Catherine Carington and afterwards Smith; Mathew Duane, esq; and Thadeus Offlaherty, esq & Mary his wife re. marriage agreement Francis Smith Carrington and Mary Englefield (sister of Sir Henry Engefield ) and lease/release 26/27 Feb 1730, property in Warks., Lincs, Leics. and Salop. C78/1988, no. [11]
1764 23 Nov 5 Philip Francis Noricault Destouches; Thomas Robinson; Mary Johnson; Margaret Johnson; Thomas Johnson; James Johnson; and Frances Johnson an infant by the said Mary Johnson and Margaret Johnson her sisters v. James Walker and Richard Yates re. will 12 May 1734, Anne Robinson, spinster (d.1735) and bequest of money and stock with conditions to Charles Hedges (or Lacy). C79/88, no. [12]
1764 26 Nov 5 William Brackenbury; Nicholas Brackenbury; Langley Brackenbury; and Charlotte Brackenbury infants by Langley Brackenbury gentleman v. Robert Carr Brackenbury; Joseph Brackenbury; Thomas Brackenbury; John Brackenbury; George Brackenbury; Edward Brackenbury; Anna Susanna Brackenbury; Elizabeth Brackenbury; Grace Brackenbury; and Isaballa Brackenbury widow re. will 10 Feb 1757, Carr Brackenbury[1717-1763] and property in Fulnetby, Boston, Skirbeck, Hogsthorpe and Mumby, Mumby Chapel, Holbeck Wong, Ashby Puerorum, Stickney, Sibsey, Woodhall and Thimbleby, Burgh in the Marsh, Harwick [?Hardwick], Panton and Barkwith East, Lincolnshire C79/87, no. [13]
1764 27 Nov 5 Thomas Kirk an infant by Thomas Hopkins the younger v. William Kirk; Thomas Kirk; Samuel Sprag; and the Attorney General re. will 25 Nov 1762 of John Smith and claim on his estate by complnt. known by the name of 'Thomas Kirk', his alleged natural son. C78/1980, no. 8 [14]
1764 11 Dec 5 John Hall v. Francis Darney; Matthew Henrich esq; and Thomas Strickland gentleman re. alleged deception by Francis Darney in purchase of messuages in Butcher Row, par. St Clement Danes, Middx. from John and James Stewart. C79/252, no. [15]
1764 11 Dec 5 Charles Anderson Pelham lately called Charles Anderson, esq, eldest son of Francis Anderson esq and great nephew of Charles Pelham late of Brocklesby, Lincs, esq, an infant v. Charles Anderson; William Mellish; William Hildyard; Evelyn Anderson; and Harriet Anderson infants by their guardian; Margaret Pelham, widow; and William, earl FitzWilliam Attorney General; and Charles Manby churchwarden; and John Barton overseer of the poor of the parish of Brocklesby. re. will 4 May 1760, of Charles Pelham [c.1679-1763] of Brocklesby, Lincs., a very great real and personal estate in Lincs, Yorks and Middx and the claims of his gt-nephew, Charles Anderson-Pelham [1749-1823, later 1st Baron Yarborough]. C78/1982, no. 5 [16]
1764 12 Dec 5 George Bodens of the parish of St James, Westminster esq v. William lord viscount Galway; Robert Parson; John Watson & Jane his wife; and Richard Bodens & Mary his wife re. will 16 April 1758 of Meliora Bodens, spinster of Sheppard St., par. St George, Hanover Square , Middx. and bequest to her brother Richard and his wife. C79/116, no. [17]
1764 17 Dec 5 Henry Seymour esq the only son and heir at law of Francis Seymour esq his late father v. John Baily & Mary his wife and Edward Baily an infant son of the said John; and Mary Baily; Richard Brodropp; and William Baily clerk re. alleged will 21 May 1761 of Francis Seymour and alleged bequest to his only dau. Mary and her husband John Baily, whom she had married without the approbation of said Francis Seymour. C79/87, no. [18]
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